Al-Rajhi issues 3 decisions to limit work in all activities to “mulla”

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Raising the Emiratisation rates according to specific professions and titles in the outlets of restaurants, cafes and catering activities


Today, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Ahmed Al-Rajhi, issued 3 decisions to limit work to all activities and professions in closed commercial complexes (malls) and their management offices to Saudis in all regions of the Kingdom.

The minister said: The decisions are to raise the Emiratisation rates according to specific professions and names in the outlets for selling activities of restaurants, cafes and central catering markets.

In detail, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi, issued (3) ministerial decisions to localize a number of activities and professions in the labor market.

The first decision included limiting work to Saudis in all activities and professions in closed commercial complexes (malls), and closed commercial complex management offices, with the exception of a limited number of activities and professions in these complexes.

The second decision also covered the increase in the rates of settlement in the outlets of the activities of restaurants and cafes according to the names, percentages and requirements specified in the procedural guide issued with the decision.

The third decision included increasing the nationalization rates in the major central supply market outlets in accordance with the definitions, professions, ratios, stages and requirements specified in the procedural guide issued with the decision.

It is expected that these decisions will contribute to providing (51) thousand jobs for Saudis and Saudi women, noting that the Ministry has stressed the need to adhere to the decisions issued and to abide by the commercial establishments contained therein, in order to avoid the application of penalties against violators, and employers can view the procedural evidence for these decisions Through the ministry’s website.
Minister of Human Resources and Social Development
Ahmed Al-Rajhi

Al-Rajhi issues 3 decisions to restrict work in all activities to “malls” to Saudis

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Today, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Ahmed Al-Rajhi, issued 3 decisions to limit work to all activities and professions in closed commercial complexes (malls) and their management offices to Saudis in all regions of the Kingdom.

The minister said: The decisions are to raise the Emiratisation rates according to specific professions and names in the outlets for selling activities of restaurants, cafes and central catering markets.

In detail, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi, issued (3) ministerial decisions to localize a number of activities and professions in the labor market.

The first decision included limiting work to Saudis in all activities and professions in closed commercial complexes (malls), and closed commercial complex management offices, with the exception of a limited number of activities and professions in these complexes.

The second decision also covered the increase in the rates of settlement in the outlets of the activities of restaurants and cafes according to the names, percentages and requirements specified in the procedural guide issued with the decision.

The third decision included increasing the nationalization rates in the major central supply market outlets in accordance with the definitions, professions, ratios, stages and requirements specified in the procedural guide issued with the decision.

It is expected that these decisions will contribute to providing (51) thousand jobs for Saudis and Saudi women, noting that the Ministry has stressed the need to adhere to the decisions issued and to abide by the commercial establishments contained therein, in order to avoid the application of penalties against violators, and employers can view the procedural evidence for these decisions Through the ministry’s website.

April 07, 2021 – Shaaban 25, 1442

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Raising the Emiratisation rates according to specific professions and titles in the outlets of restaurants, cafes and catering activities

Today, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Ahmed Al-Rajhi, issued 3 decisions to limit work to all activities and professions in closed commercial complexes (malls) and their management offices to Saudis in all regions of the Kingdom.

The minister said: The decisions are to raise the Emiratisation rates according to specific professions and names in the outlets for selling activities of restaurants, cafes and central catering markets.

In detail, the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed bin Sulaiman Al-Rajhi, issued (3) ministerial decisions to localize a number of activities and professions in the labor market.

The first decision included limiting work to Saudis in all activities and professions in closed commercial complexes (malls), and closed commercial complex management offices, with the exception of a limited number of activities and professions in these complexes.

The second decision also covered the increase in the rates of settlement in the outlets of the activities of restaurants and cafes according to the names, percentages and requirements specified in the procedural guide issued with the decision.

The third decision included increasing the nationalization rates in the major central supply market outlets in accordance with the definitions, professions, ratios, stages and requirements specified in the procedural guide issued with the decision.

It is expected that these decisions will contribute to providing (51) thousand jobs for Saudis and Saudi women, noting that the Ministry has stressed the need to adhere to the decisions issued and to abide by the commercial establishments contained therein, in order to avoid the application of penalties against violators, and employers can view the procedural evidence for these decisions Through the ministry’s website.





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